By Ezra Silk
A couple weeks ago, I took Pew’s Rich Morin to task for using the term, “Occupy Generation.”
“I have seen my generation, and it has not yet been Occupied,” I wrote.
As it turns out, there is some data backing up my point. According to a Harvard study completed in early December, 21 percent of so-called “Millenials” support Occupy, while 33 percent do not. Another 46 percent could not decide or declined to answer the question.